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From Chinese 笙 (pinyin: shēng); character consists of upper part ("bamboo") and lower part ("born")
sheng (plural shengs)
- A Chinese wind instrument, being a free-reed mouth organ consisting of 13 or more bamboo pipes of various lengths, which are fixed at their bases in a wind chest made from a dried gourd (or, more recently, wood or chrome-plated brass).
- Nonstandard spelling of shēng.
- Nonstandard spelling of shéng.
- Nonstandard spelling of shěng.
- Nonstandard spelling of shèng.